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Peter Wood
Position: Starboard
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 210
Year: Junior
Hometown: Pflugerville, Texas
High School: Hendrickson
Major: Chemistry
Wood Photos

The Wood File
• Plans to major in chemistry
• Walked on to the team as a freshman in the fall of 2013 and had never rowed before
• Volunteered with Habitat for Humanity the last two summers
• Enjoys building things, including making catapults in high school
• Mother, Alison, went to the Stanford Graduate School of Business and father, Ernest, did postgrad work at Stanford

2014-15 (Sophomore)
• Pac-12 All-Academic second team
• Split time with the varsity eight and second varsity eight
• Placed fourth with the 2V8 at the Pac-12 Championships

• Captured wins over Santa Clara and UC San Diego with the varsity eight at the Stanford Invitational
• Finished second against Oregon State and Wisconsin at the Pac-12 Challenge

• Took second with the 2V8 in a dual against No. 8 Boston University
• Lost to No. 1 Cal with the 2V8 at the Big Row

• Stroked the varsity eight to a third place finish at the San Diego Crew Classic

• Won the open 4+ and placed second in the open 8+ at the Head of the American

2013-14 (Freshman)
• Raced with the 3V8/frosh eight during the spring
• Finished in fourth place in the frosh eight at the Pac-12 Championships
• Began his college career with two victories at the Davis Invitational, winning the novice eight and novice four races
• Notched wins over UCSD and UC Davis with the 3V8/frosh eight at the Stanford Invitational
• Lost to No. 2 Cal in the Big Row
• Placed fourth in the Men’s Open Grand Final with the 3V8 at the San Diego Crew Classic
• Lost dual races against No. 3 Washington and No. 18 Oregon State

High School
• Graduated in 2013 from Hendrickson High School in Pflugerville, Texas

• Born in Round Rock, Texas
• Son of Ernest Wood and Alison Silverstein
• Has one brother, Scott

Wood on Stanford
“Stanford is the culmination of a lot of really talented and driven people all trying to achieve their dreams in athletics or schoolwork. Everyone has the ability and drive to do whatever they want.”